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Crowley Liner Services: Rate-fixing 'violates our core values'

Crowley Liner Services says it has enhanced its compliance program as a result of the Puerto Rico rate-fixing case

Web Bulletin 2012

Deteriorating century-old N.J. ferry to be dismantled at dock

After many years of service as a floating restaurant, the 107-year-old ferry Binghamton will be dismantled at a New Jersey dock and scrapped

Web Bulletin 2012

Crowley Liner Services to pay $17M fine in Puerto Rico price-fixing case

Crowley Liner Services has pleaded guilty and will pay a $17 million criminal fine in the ongoing federal Puerto Rico marine transport price-fixing probe

Web Bulletin 2012

Coast Guard commission fast response cutter Etheridge

The Coast Guard commissioned its second Sentinel Class fast response cutter, Etheridge, at Port Everglades, Fla., today

Web Bulletin 2012

Ore. mining investors agree to hire Gunderson, Vigor to build $75M worth of barges

The backers of the Morrow Pacific coal project say Gunderson Marine and Vigor Industrial will get $75 million in barge construction work if the project goes forward

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Helis: Kings Point will acquire brownwater training vessel

Col. James Helis, who began his job as superintendent at the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy this week, said Kings Point will acquire a brownwater training vessel

Web Bulletin 2012

Open Ocean participates in ISO talks on security guards aboard ships

The comprehensive marine security system Open Ocean has been introduced, and the group participated in an ISO conference on security personnel aboard ships

Web Bulletin 2012

Coast Guard deploys oil-skimming equipment during Arctic drill

The U.S. Coast Guard deployed its Spilled Oil Response System during a response drill near Barrow, Alaska

Web Bulletin 2012

Blog: An inside look at U.S. Coast Guard's port state inspections

The Coast Guard Compass blog has published a feature on port state inspections in Hawaii

Web Bulletin 2012

P&I club: U.S. authorities have found 2 ships carrying Asian gypsy moth

The U.K. P&I Club reports that two ships entering U.S. ports have been identified as carrying Asian gypsy moth

Web Bulletin 2012
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